Vintage And Contemporary Jewels With Style
According to Fred Leighton, for every connoisseur of beauty - there is a jewel. However, for those seeking a pedigree piece, a design of audacious style and something contemporary that boasts with story and style, there is only one source - Fred Leighton.
Today, Fred Leighton is a place where you can buy rare pieces of Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Retro or Georgian jewels. For more than 40 years, the brand has been a trusted authority and a favorite to many buyers from all around the world.
A Short History Of Fred Leighton Jewelry
For Fred Leighton, it l began in the 1970s when Murray Mondschein (known as a legend in the jewelry industry) took over the Greenwich Village clothing shop called Fred Leighton and started selling wedding dresses, hand-crafted accessories and ethnic jewelry. The jewels were especially successful for Mondschein, becoming his main focus as the business grew.
For years, Hollywood starlets, wealthy businessmen, doctors and celebrities have turned to Madison Avenue, visiting Fred Leighton’s store for its amazing selection of vintage, contemporary and antique baubles. Now, the jeweler is more than well-known and available in many other stores.
Jewels With Soul And Character
As many would say, Fred Leighton brings history to jewels in the most fascinating way possible. In most of the designs, you can spot spirits from heroines and motives from every era, time and place. The diamonds from Cartier and Tiffany grace some of Fred Leighton’s best works, including the originals by Suzanne Belperron and David Webb. Bold, sculptural and insanely inspiring, Fred Leighton’s collection is here to make everyone wear jewelry in a modern and stylish way.
Red carpets, Oscars, celebrity shows and other glamour events are the main places where the stars can be noticed wearing a Fred Leighton estate jewel - which is by many a signal that one has arrived at a certain place in life. In other words, Fred Leighton has always been a brand focused on making antiques an essential part of our lives - and only at some point you can truly embrace this spirit.